A Form of Prayer, to be Used in All Churches and Chapels Throughout England, and Wales, and the Town of Berwick Upon Tweed:: On Wednesday the Sixteenth Day of January Next, Being the Day Appointed by Her Majesty for a General Fast and Humiliation, to be Observed in a Most Solemn and Devout Manner; for Obtaining the Pardon of Our Sins, and Averting Those Heavy Judgments which They Have Most Justly Deserv'd; and Imploring Gods Blessing on All Consultations for the Publick Good and His Assistance on the Arms and Forces of Her Majesty, and Her Allies, Engaged in the Present War: and for Restoring and Perpetuating Peace, Safety and Prosperity to Her and Her Kingdoms, and the Nations and States in Alliance with Her. By Her Majesties Special Command..
assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd; printers to the queens most excellent majesty., 1711 - 43 pages
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